High Performance Computational Algorithm Developer - SEAL 1265
Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)
Location: Smyrna, GA
Job Vacancy ID:
Georgia Tech Unit:
Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory
Georgia Tech Research Institute
High Performance Computational Algorithm Developer
Georgia Tech Cobb County Research Facility, Smyrna, GA
Job Travel Percentage:
Up to 10%
Hiring Manager Title:
GTRI/SEAL/Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division
GTRI/SEAL/ISRD is seeking researchers for high performance computational software development.
- Design and develop real-time mappings of MATLAB processing algorithms for radar and EW applications.
Candidates must be self-motivated and enjoy working with a variety of cutting edge technologies. Candidates will contribute to sponsored research projects and have an opportunity to interact with other engineers and technicians.
Skills and experience needed to be successful include:
- Strong experience with C and Linux (required)
- Prior Expertise in MATLAB, CUDA/OpenCL, MPI, and high-speed networking is considered a plus
- US Citizenship
- Must be able to get a Department of Defense Secret clearance
- Experience/knowledge with C and Linux
- An existing Department of Defense clearance
- Master’s degree or PHD in Electrical or Computer Engineering
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